Trojan.Gen.2 Description

Trojan.Gen.2 is a dangerous computer trojan that may represent security risk for the affected PC system and its network environment. Trojan.Gen.2 may try to establish connection with the remote host once it has infiltrated a computer system. Trojan.Gen.2 can aslo request other files from the Internet to the corrupted computer system. Trojan.Gen.2 often infects computer systems without your authorization at the background. Trojan.Gen.2 enables cyber-criminals to remotely access an influenced computer system. Trojan.Gen.2 can proliferate via network if the infected drive is shared at the network.

Aliases: Trojan.Win32.Kidozer.b, Trojan Horse [Symantec], Trj/Refpron.J [Panda], Trojan.Downloader.Gen2 [McAfee-GW-Edition], Artemis!0A77CA4058B3 [McAfee+Artemis], Backdoor.Win32.Refpron [Ikarus], BV:Malware-gen [Avast] and TR/Downloader.Gen2 [AntiVir].

Technical Information

File System Details

Trojan.Gen.2 creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 %System%\arking2.dll
2 %System%\arking1.dll
3 %System%\arking0.dll
4 %System%\arking.exe
5 r56ujxftyrsdjsxrgf46i5sgheh44.exe 228,471 0ae9a1e5a7ddaf6222954d307edc2ae3

Registry Details

Trojan.Gen.2 creates the following registry entry or registry entries:

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